My heart leaped wildly as the marmoset bounded past us to drop hand over hand to the lower apartment in search of its master.
The marmoset was with them, perched on top of the file safe.
marmoset was fonder of riding than walking, so that Grampus had enough to do; but he did not put himself much about.
Rick petted the marmoset, then put him back on his file-safe perch.
marmoset crossed over walking, like a tight-rope dancer, being quite au fait at such work.
The boy and the marmoset had a chance after all, if the heat didn't get them.
When in the canoe, the marmoset played with Grampus, as the dog was named; and when on shore it invariably travelled on his back.
Down the passage came leaping and gambolling the Doctor's marmoset.
When a marmoset is suddenly alarmed, it utters an odd little whistling cry.
Were there no means whereby I could induce the marmoset to approach me?
"small monkey," late 14c., from Old French marmoset "grotesque figurine; fool, jester" (late 13c.), perhaps a variant of marmote "long-tailed monkey, ape," then, as a term of endearment, "little child;" said to be from marmonner, marmotter "to mutter, mumble," probably of imitative origin. Some French authorities suggest a derivation of marmoset from marmor "marble," as if "little marble figurine."